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Principality of Andorra
Principat d’Andorra
   This small principality extends over the Gran Valira basin in the Pyrenees, between Spain and France. Like other small countries, tourism is the main source of income, together with financial and banking activities (Andorra can be considered a tax haven).
Government type Parliamentary co-principality
Area 468 km² (181 sq mi)
Population 78,000 inh. (2020)
Population density 167 inh/km² (431 inh/mi²)
Capital Andorra la Vella (19,400 pop.)
Currency Euro
Human development index 0.868 (36th place)
Languages Catalan (official), Spanish, French, Portuguese
Life expectancy M 81 years, F 85 years
Location in Europe

Boundaries:

Spain SOUTH
France NORTH

GEOGRAPHY DATA OF ANDORRA


Largest cities
Andorra la Vella 19,400 pop.
Escaldes-Engordany 14,600 pop.
Encamp 7,600 pop.
Sant Julià de Lòria 7,600 pop.
Highest mountains
Coma Pedrosa 2,942 m (9,652 ft)
Longest rivers
Gran Valira 44 km (27 mi)
Largest lakes
Estany de Juclar 0.21 km² (0.08 sq mi)

ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISIONS OF ANDORRA

   Andorra is administratively divided into 7 parishes; that of the capital is the most populous and at the same time less wide, while the parish of Canillo, in the north-eastern part of Andorra is the largest and also the only one to exceed 100 km² in area.




Andorra La Vella